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Old 05-30-2005, 10:18 AM   #11
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Very nice setup! That's kinda what I invisioned mine looking like except two pvc spray bars and a SCWD to keep it really random.
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Old 05-30-2005, 10:53 AM   #12
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I use a 20 long for the same thing. After seeing a 33 long and a 40 long, I would like a bigger frag tank

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Old 05-30-2005, 01:14 PM   #13
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Old 05-30-2005, 01:55 PM   #14
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Nice Rev!!

What kind of flood lamp do you have on that thing? Is it next to your main tank, or somewhere cooler? This is making me want to go get a 20 gal.....
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http://hellolights.com/4lamvhoretki2.html

Thats the system for lights that i would run on the 55gal frag tank when i get it setup. I already have the lights already and am picking up the 55gal tank predrilled for $40 tommorrow. The lights are 4x110 watts for a total of 440 watts. Although i dont go by watts per gallon, it would be 8 watts per gallon...So i would have plenty of light on the frag tank. I was thinking of running a sump on the system also since its already pre-drilled tank. What do you think of just a 10gal sump? I also have 2 extra protein skimmers so dont have to by that either....Will need a return pump though anyone have one?
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Old 05-30-2005, 11:32 PM   #16
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Plumb it into the main system. Might make it easier... if you have room.
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I would have plumbed it into the main, but there was no way. No room..

Anyway, I have a seaclone 150 skimmer or a prism that I will add on the tank. Which do you think will be best? The 150 is prob way overkill.
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Real nice Rev, im very impressed. Im incorporating something similar myself when I do my big in-wall in december. Kudos to you for getting up an aquaculture, the more people do it, the longer this affliction of ours will thrive.
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I love the set up rev.. i'd like to get into this eventually.. what proportion of the coral are you slicing off to frag?
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I will be fragging zoos, leathers, lots of softies.....
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